Rumors mills for the upcoming Apple iPhone 6 has turned again, this time news have emerged out from the east that the phone will debut by September. The upcoming flagship is just about to enter for its mass production.

Reports have emerged from the by EMSOne, a Taiwan based Industrial and Commercial Times, claims that the Apple iPhone 6 will be entering the mass production in the month of July and probably would be on sale by the month September. The upcoming iPhone 6 has been rumored to have two screen size — 4.7 and 5.5 inches and it will be slimmest phone Cupertino giant has ever produced

Report also claims that the rumored phablet iPhone 6, which is having a size of 5.5-inches, would not go for the mass production till September, which would eventually result in delaying the release till the end of this year.

Also the documents which were released to the court included some slides that clearly indicated the that Apple is coming with large screen iPhones. Slides included data about the sales of the iPhone for the past few years, then there was one stating, “Consumers Want What We Don’t Have”.  The slides included plans for producing low cost smartphones with large screens. But since Apple has been rumored to have ultra-retina displays in the coming generation of iPhones, settling with around $300 would definitely not going to work.

Earlier we reported that Apple is ordering high resolution screen — Retina 2. Japan Business Times reported that the Cupertino giant is ordering high resolutions display—Retina 2, from  Sharp, Japan Display and South Korea’s LG Display.

We may also want to round up for the rumors about iPhone 6 specification. The phone will be powered with a next-gen A8 processor, the new iPhone 6 will be a complete health tracker for the users. The device will come integrated with sensors to measure blood pressure and sugar level in the user’s body. Its is also expected to come bundled with other sensors including barometer and temperature sensor.


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